The Quad City Engineering
and Science Council (QCESC)

Mailing Address:
P. O. Box 1166
Bettendorf, IA 52722-0020



Special Thanks to E4E Solutions, our latest Corporate Sponsor!
Pictured below QCESC President Jeffrey Richland
with Mike McMurtry of E4E Solutions


The Quad City Engineering and Science Council (QCESC) is in its 52nd year of operation as a non-profit, umbrella organization representing ~30 engineering, science and technical societies in the Quad City area with approximately 5,000 associated professional members.

Our Mission is "To Promote and support engineering, science, and technical professionals and associated societies in Quad City Region and To Encourage and support students to study in STEM
(Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematic
s) related fields".

We are actively seeking new society members as well as additional corporate sponsors and donors to help support our mission.

We annually sponsor, promote and support events such as:



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Results from 2015 Quad Cities FIRST Tech Challenge Quad Ctiy  Regional Qualifier Details
Results from 2014 Quad Cities FIRST LEGO League (FLL) Regional Qualifiers  Details
2015 Battle of the Bridges Rules Posted! Event is February 6th and 7th - College and Non-College Divisions Online Registration and online payment is now open Details
Volunteers Needed January 10th and 24th to Support Upcoming Quad City Area Student Robotic Events Details and Pre-Registration
QCESC Annual Awards recognize Engineering and Science Professionals whose contributions have made a lasting impact on technology, society, and their profession as well as help promote and raise the awareness of STEM education and careers in our local communities and schools.

Application for 2015 Awards now being accepted until Friday, January 30, 2015 Details and Awards

2015 Scholarship Application now available for download Details
Deadline:  Jan. 23, 2015
View the Results and Photos from the 6th Annual Summer Engineering Camp at the Putnam Museum Details
Discover how Young Engineers of Today can help students of all abilities engage in STEM, using the latest technologies. Students are challenged with hands-on, minds-on projects, and learn real world skills in an academic context. Our students become technology creators, not just technology consumers. View Brochure


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